Catchment and River Restoration Team Leader
Employer: Norfolk Rivers Trust
Purpose: To effectively manage the day to day running of the Catchment and River Restoration Team.
Reports to: Head of Operations and Technical Director
Location: Office at Bayfield near Holt. Visits across Norfolk and Cam and Ely Ouse (CamEO) catchment with mileage expenses £0.45 per mile.
Job term: Full-time, 37.5 per week
Annual Leave Entitlement: 25 days plus 8 days bank holidays
Salary details: Grade 4: £33,000 to £35,000 (9% Employer Pension Contribution)
Due to the expansion of the Norfolk Rivers Trust, an exciting new role of Catchment and River Restoration Team Leader has been created. We are seeking an enthusiastic, organised, and proactive team leader to play an important role in over-seeing a range of catchment and river restoration projects which will benefit the water environments of Norfolk (and the Cam and Ely Ouse catchment). Working with an experienced and enthusiastic team, you will lead and deliver projects with partners and funders. We are looking for a Team Leader who has a passion for catchment management and restoring lowland chalk rivers and considerable knowledge within this part of the environmental sector.
The successful applicant will work on a range of schemes and objectives, including delivering Water Environment Improvement Fund (WEIF) projects through the Environment Agency, hosting catchment partnerships, and working with other funders and partners to deliver nature-based solutions to improve the chalk streams of our local catchments. The role will be mainly focused across the Broadland (Bure, Wensum, Yare), CamEO (Lark, Little Ouse and Thet, Wissey) and North West Norfolk rivers. Furthermore, the Catchment and River Restoration Team Leader will work closely with the Technical Director and in-house specialists to oversee and develop specific species work that is being undertaken by NRT (such as White-clawed crayfish and beaver conservation).
The role will consist of leading the team with meeting landowners and contractors, reporting project outputs to strict deadlines, over-seeing the implementation of river restoration schemes and supporting citizen science projects. Bid writing and keeping to strict budgets is a key aspect of the job.
1st Interviews will take place on Wednesday 25th January 2023 (Online or in person)
2nd Interviews will take place on Wednesday 1st February 2023 (In person)
If you have any questions regarding this role, please contact: Ed Bramham-Jones, Operations Director on 07788377617